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Mar
16
comment What is the difference with 引充 and 引当
Since Ito is a native speaker, then I guess I would close this question. Maybe the word is localized. I wont delete it for reference in future.
Mar
16
comment What is the difference with 引充 and 引当
@summea I asked my Japanese colleague and he said that 引充 is a Japanese word. I am also confused since I cannot see it in any dictionary but I can search other Japanese websites using it. He just said for the identifying the キャリアNo. I should use 引充. But he cannot explain why it is more appropriate.
Mar
15
accepted How do you say multiples of some number?
Mar
15
asked How do you say multiples of some number?
Mar
15
asked What is the difference with 引充 and 引当
Mar
13
comment How do you emphasize a word similar to using “The” in English
@Matt the example that you state was the usage that I was looking for.
Mar
13
comment How do you emphasize a word similar to using “The” in English
@sawa thanks for the correction
Mar
13
asked How do you emphasize a word similar to using “The” in English
Mar
12
accepted How to differentiate friend level in Japanese?
Mar
12
comment How to differentiate friend level in Japanese?
I think since best friend connotes to be the no.1 close friend then can 一番親友 suffice?
Mar
12
comment How to differentiate friend level in Japanese?
@sawa how about best friend?
Mar
12
asked How to differentiate friend level in Japanese?
Mar
11
awarded  Suffrage
Mar
2
accepted Does 諸元{しょげん} mean “Specification” or “Various”?
Mar
2
comment Does 諸元{しょげん} mean “Specification” or “Various”?
Actually my manager keeps on saying it means master but I doubt that is what he meant.
Mar
2
asked Does 諸元{しょげん} mean “Specification” or “Various”?
Mar
2
accepted Does さえ mean “even” in the following sentence?
Mar
1
awarded  Commentator
Mar
1
comment Does さえ mean “even” in the following sentence?
I am thinking that さえ may mean せず. I saw on some site that さえあれば is equivalent to なければ
Mar
1
asked Does さえ mean “even” in the following sentence?